Istanbul Basaksehir City Hospital
The Istanbul Basaksehir City Hospital Project is Turkey’s third largest health investment project under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) agreement model launched by the Ministry of Health and will provide services to İstanbul and its neighboring provinces. Planned to provide healthcare services to 23,600 patients, the project will be completed in 2020.
In addition to connections through Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and TEM access roads, a planned metro station will enable people living in Istanbul to reach the most convenient healthcare services in the fastest and most comfortable way.
With a combined bed capacity of 2,682 and an indoor construction area of 1 million m2, the Basaksehir City Hospital is recognized as the “World’s Largest Seismically Isolated Building” with 2,040 seismic isolators to be installed in its main hospital building. Equipped with world-class cutting-edge isolators, the Istanbul Basaksehir City Hospital will be able to seamlessly carry out all its operations, even during and after the most severe earthquake scenarios.
The Istanbul Basaksehir City Hospital will include a 2,354-bed Main Hospital, a 200-bed Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Hospital and a 128-bed Psychiatric Hospital. The main hospital facility consists of six buildings surrounding a shared core building and includes the following hospitals:
- General Hospital with a bed capacity of 469
- Cardiovascular Diseases Hospital with a bed capacity of 327
- Neurology and Orthopedics Hospital with a bed capacity of 311
- Children’s Hospital with a bed capacity of 521
- Gynecology Hospital with a bed capacity of 359
- Oncology Hospital with a bed capacity of 367
- Psychiatry Hospital with a bed capacity of 128
- Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Hospital with a bed capacity of 200
"PPP Deal of the Year”
Launched by Rönesans Healthcare Investment in partnership with the Japan-based Sojitz Corporation, the Basaksehir City Hospital was recognized as the “PPP Deal of the Year” at the highly prestigious Thomson Reuters’ Project Finance International Awards for its financial closure of JPY 163 billion.